Netherlands, Utrecht

Cardiovascular Research

when 15 August 2016 - 26 August 2016
language English
duration 2 weeks
credits 2 ECTS
fee EUR 1190

The cardiovascular system takes a central role in life by connecting all our organs. This allows for maintenance of a healthy environment for all the cells that make up the tissues of the body. Disturbance of the cardiovascular system therefore can have severe health effects.

The course Cardiovascular Research digs into the cardiovascular system. Both physiology and pathophysiology of the cardiovascular system are discussed at a fundamental, translational, and clinical level. State of the art cardiovascular research is presented by expert researchers from the UMC Utrecht, related to the spearhead Circulatory Health. (For more information, please visit: Topics such as vascular (dys)function, cardiac (dys)function, cardiac electrophysiology, imaging, and genetics to epidemiology are covered in this course.

Course leader

Dr. T.P. de Boer

Target group

Advanced bachelor students with a (bio)medical background that are interested in the cardiovascular system. Students should have a basic knowledge of cardiovascular physiology.
English language proficiency is required for this course.

Course aim

This course aims to increase students' knowledge about cardiovascular pathophysiology. In addition, the lectures and practicals provide the students more insight in cardiovascular research performed in the UMC Utrecht, both in a fundamental and a clinical setting.

Fee info

EUR 1190: Course + course materials + housing
EUR 840: Course + course materials

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